Cas Laskowski is the Technology and Research Services Librarian at Duke Law where she collaborates with other innovators and technology centers at the law school to foster student engagement with technology through training, networking, and access to emerging technologies. She is also part of Law by Design, a law school initiative to help foster students creative problem solving by teaching them design thinking methodology. Cas writes regularly about legal and library technology and serves as Vice Chair of the AALL Diversity & Inclusion Standing Committee and SEAALL Treasurer.
With the development of algorithm audit companies like O’Neil’s ORCAA (O’Neil is the author of Weapons of Math Destruction) and cities like New York creating algorithm accountability laws, lawyers cannot wait to be told that they have an obligation to critically investigate the algorithms they use. This program will address questions surrounding how legal artificial […]